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The Briscoe Western Art Museum, located on the banks of the historic San Antonio River Walk, brings to life the vibrant culture and heritage of the Western United States. The Museum offers a permanent collection of Western art and artifacts...more
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Comparatively new museum in old main post office building (I think). Thee were some very interesting art collections and displays but very little about Governor Dolph Briscoe except for his office desk and chair and saddle.It's a good review of Texas history but a little...More
Yes you will find a nice collection of Western Art including Maynard Dixon, Fredric Remington and a very surprising Albert Bierstadt. Instead of mountainscapes Bierstadt chooses the buffalo as his theme.
There are a variety of galleries that provide a picture of what it was...More
I'm an above average fan of Western art, been to the Booth in GA, Bradford-Brinson and Buffalo Bill Center in WY, and several general art collections, like Denver, with entire galleries devoted to the genre. No Remingtons and only a single Russell made this museum...More
Admission is $10. There are some great art works in the gallery. It is also worth visiting to see the Destino San Antonio exhibition (until January 2019) which displays over 80 fascinating stereograph photographs of the city dating from the 1860s-1930s (a stereograph is a...More